Scaled down LED display manufacturers are purportedly experiencing yield issues.
Mac’s next iPad Pro is as yet expected to arrive later this month, yet one model could be elusive when it goes on sale.
Apple plans to introduce a Mini LED display as a key feature on the flagship 12.9-inch model, yet the suppliers of that tech are evidently experiencing poor manufacturing yields, as per a report from Bloomberg.
At an occasion reportedly planned the finish of April, Apple will reveal iPad Pro tablets in two sizes. The Mini LED tech will be selective to the bigger and more costly 12.9-inch model, offering improved brightness and contrast. (Apple’s likely change to Mini LED was first announced in late 2019.) Because of the supply issues, in any case, it will transport later than planned and in limited quantities.
The new iPad Pro have become popular productivity devices, especially for remote work during the pandemic. Alongside the new display tech, the upcoming models are expected to utilize quicker processors like the M1 chips utilized on the latest MacBooks.
Apple may likewise add a USB-C port that will allow them to work with a more extensive range of accessories, especially those utilized in work-from-home scenarios like monitors and cameras.